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Mike Prestwood
1. The Future of Paradox Blog

If you have an existing Paradox system you can keep using it but you'll need to skip the Vista operating system and either stick with Windows XP or move to Windows 7. Because better tools exist, you may very well want to put a plan together now for converting to another development tool or at least understand what the future is likely to hold. If you're a power-user or researcher working with data, stick with Paradox.

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15 years ago, and updated 18 months ago
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2. Is Paradox a good Internet solution? My thoughts on whether Paradox for Windows is a good solution for building web-based Internet solutions.
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17 years ago, and updated 29 months ago
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3. 1 of 2, AppName 1.0

Step 1 of 2: Discovery

  • PSDP Feasibility Phase: Setup legacy system for coders. Document legacy system using automated tools.
  • PSDP Requirements Phase: Identify forms and reports to convert. Document terms, actors, and identify use cases. Identify enhancements (if any). Identify tables in use.
  • PSDP Design Phase: Build new database. Initial screen design mockup. Document business rules and additional documentation of use cases.

Step 1 deliverables usually include a project plan for the Step 2 of 2 build-it phase which serves as the requirements, a new database, and a GUI mockup. Each form and report becomes a task in step 2 of our 2-step process along with other known tasks such as build data migration program, build MVC Shell Application, user subsystem, and admin forms for maintaining users, lookup tables, etc.

Step 1 of our 2 step approach is used to start a project with discovery. Step 2 is build. The goal of discovery is to document known requirements, some initial design, and a project plan. Step 1 of our 2 step includes at least the following tasks: Gather Requirements, Build GUI Mockup, and Create the Initial Database. The Requirements task becomes the project plan for step 2, Build.

Discovery can include additional tasks such as documenting an existing application, data cleanup, and even a task or two from the initial coding phase such as implementing our Prestwood ASP.Net MVC shell which includes some initial design, and member management.

If this ticket is not authorized, the printed version of the Project Plan is the Project Proposal for Discovery. Once authorized, the tasks of this project are completed. The requirements task is completed by creating a Step 2 of 2 project ticket which becomes the project plan and/or the proposal for Step 2, Build.

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43 months ago, and updated 40 months ago

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4. Prestwood MVC Shell

A flexible, get it done, ASP.Net MVC implementation based on standard traditional techniques. Appropriate for our Informal/Formal paths. The PM will NOT ensure the same coding techniques are used for all coding in favor of a satisfy the requirements approach. Syntax consistency is ensured by the development tool. Consistency of coding techniques is encouraged with good communication among the coders. Good solid coding techniques are used in all cases. Acceptable techniques which are limited in our MVVM architecture include direct access to the database bypassing an implemented data layer, use of autoinc keys over GUIDS, heavier use of database views, and stored procedures.

C# Web Application using ASP.Net MVC to MS SQL.

Includes:

  1. Setup basic shell database (user tables added in a separate task).
  2. Menu system with Admin menu added (user menu options added in a separate task).
  3. Login screen.
  4. Admin menu user management option with supporting form with defined users: Admin, and User.
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43 months ago, and updated 43 months ago

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5. Prestwood MVVM Shell

A rigid and clean ASP.Net MVC implementation based on MVVM appropriate for our Formal/Robust paths. The PM wil ensure the same coding techniques are used for all coding using our MVVM architectue.

Techniques which are limited in our MVVM architecture and include use of Telerik controls (licensed separately), direct access to the database (coders must go through an implemented data layer), use of GUIDS, lighter use of database views, and stored procedures.

C# Web Application using ASP.Net MVC to MS SQL.

This task includes:

  1. Setup basic shell database (user tables added in a separate task).
  2. Menu system with Admin menu added (user menu options added in a separate task).
  3. Login screen.
  4. Admin menu user management option with supporting form with defined users: Admin, and User.
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43 months ago, and updated 43 months ago
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Hello Everybody
Hi there, I'm Kefkolo (aka Kirk), A friend sent me the link here after I told him my goal of learning Asp.net and C# by the end of the year. I'm sort of new to programming. I took Assembler and Cobol in school back in the dark ages. I know HTML, CSS and a scripting language from Macro Express. But that's about it. I hail from a suburb of Dallas, Tx. Married with three kids and 4 grandkids. One of my sons is a programmer. I just want to say to all you skilled programmers I really appreciate your helping us newbies. And to all the newbies, I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I'm planning to. P.S. Mike, I'll try and get my picture posted as soon as I get one of myself on the computer. :-)
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